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. and many of us, like myself, that spent a long time, a career out in the street picking up garbage and sweeping streets, we started thinking, "why do we need an artist?" "what we really need is a good mechanic, or somebody that can build trucks." it was the last person we thought we needed. but as i got to know her and the department got to know her, we appreciated bringing an artist into the department. she's done an awful lot for us. it's like a ballet sort of, you know? he dumps, and then these two guys crisscross each other. this guy will start pushing it down, and you'll see the other machine works from the bottom. ukeles: my work has a lot to do with walking. just plain walking through a place has a lot of meaning for me. i look back on my work, and you can see me sort of walking through systems or cities, towns. i've already had the opportunity to create a public artwork on a landfill at danehy park in cambridge, massachusetts. the landfill was closed in 1972, healed, and then reopened 20 years later as a park. this used to be a terrible, smelly dump. now, it's reborn. i cre
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